We’re a couple months into social distancing, and especially if you’re working from home, it’s likely that your everyday routine has begun to feel a bit mundane. Perhaps you started out the lockdown by cooking up fancy new recipes and baking all sorts of delicious breads. But at this point, it ...
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It’s officially a new year (and a new decade), and it’s likely your New Year’s resolutions are in full swing. One popular resolution for many is to save money. But of course, there are always things that need to be purchased, particularly when you’re moving into a new apartment. How you ...
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It’s the end of the decade -- which means you know New Year’s parties are going to send it out with a bang. Being a fun drinking town, Buffalo has a ton of exciting parties and events on New Year’s Eve. But even if you’re not a big drinker, there ...
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Unfortunately for those who like to do outdoor activities after work, Daylight Savings Time ends this weekend -- which means it will get dark an hour earlier each evening. Daylight hours will also continue to decrease until we reach the winter solstice on December 21, the shortest day of ...
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Nothing beats relaxing in a large bathtub with candles, wine and a good book. While it’s a scene most apartment dwellers only see in the movies, many renters aspire to create a similar experience in their own bathrooms. Unfortunately, most apartments bathrooms aren’t exactly the lavish quarters you see in ...
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Buffalo's growing season may be short, but there are plenty of great farmers markets you can visit during the summer. From strawberries to leafy greens, flower bouquets and gourmet pastries, the farmers markets around Buffalo and Niagara Falls offer the best of local farms’ bounties. Most of them are growers-only ...
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Summer is (finally) almost here, and getting healthier is a popular goal as people prepare to bare more skin in the summer months. While we’ve written about Buffalo’s popular gyms and fitness clubs in the past, health isn’t just about exercise -- it’s about eating well and spending time outside ...
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While Buffalo is better known for its cold weather sports like hockey and football, baseball also has a healthy fanbase in the city -- as well as plenty of history. Buffalo has been home to baseball teams since the 1800s, including teams in the early history of baseball’s major leagues. ...
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It’s Valentine’s Day, which means many people will be indulging in chocolate and other sweet treats. According to History.com, 58 million pounds of chocolate are purchased during Valentine's Day week alone. But why is it so popular to gift loved ones chocolate on this holiday? History Of Chocolate & Valentine’s Day The ...
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We’ve finally dug out from last week’s polar vortex snowstorm -- but it’s surely not the last of the season. Dealing with the snow can be difficult, but there are many ways to make it better that don’t involve jet-setting off to a warmer destination. BuzzFeed recently released a list of ...
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